Our Feature Articles:
October 16, 2013
DALLAS (CNS) -- Surveying the scene at this year's National Conference for Diocesan Vocation Directors convention in Dallas, Father Matthew Pawlikowski recounted an experience he has often had with soldiers in the military.
October 4, 2013
Along a short bend of road on John Ryan Drive in Southwest Fort Worth exists a strange juxtaposition of services — one offering life for the unborn and the other death. The Edna Gladney Center for Adoption and Planned Parenthood may be next door neighbors, but they stand in stark contrast to one another. Planned Parenthood resembles a bastion set back behind a stone wall, with no hint of what goes on inside. Next door, at the Edna Gladney Center for Adoption, the frontage is designed with a life-size metal statue of a young boy running in the grass, trying to set his kite aloft. Behind him are the words: “A Future and a Hope.”
September 25, 2013
Organized by the Knights for the past 18 years, dozens of local councils have gathered at this dinner to give a special ‘thank you’ to clergy and religious from around the diocese and to raise funds for the diocesan Vocations Office and Deaf Ministry.
September 23, 2013
More than 80 young adult Catholics gathered for a faith-filled weekend at the third annual Emerging Adults Conference Aug. 2-4 at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Grapevine. The conference targeted young adults ages 18-29, giving them the opportunity to pray, listen to speakers, and socialize with fellow young adult Catholics.
September 17, 2013
WASHINGTON (CNS) -- "It is not my work only. It is the Lord's." Such was the summation of Sister Angelique Namaika, a member of the Augustine Sisters of Dungu and Doruma, as she spoke to reporters in an international conference call upon winning the Nansen Refugee Award bestowed annually by the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees.